Expedited Corporate Debt Restructuring in the EU

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2015-08-11
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Reader in Banking and Finance Law, Queen Mary University of London

Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal is a Professor in Banking and Finance Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London. He has acted as a Senior Insolvency Expert with the World Bank and a Sovereign Debt Expert for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and as a consultant to several multilateral institutions in Washington DC and Europe, Central Banks and Sovereign States as well as in several international transactions with law firms. He specializes in international finance and insolvency law. He is the author/editor of seven books including lead/co-ordinating author for Olivares-Caminal et al: Debt Restructuring (OUP, 2011) and has extensively published in peer-reviewed journals. He sits in the editorial/advisory board of several law journals in the UK and US and is a member of national and international institutions and associations specializing in comparative commercial and insolvency law.

Table of Contents

Theoretical Framework
1. Introduction, Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal
Jurisdictional Analysis
2. Austria, Alexander Isola
3. Belgium, Michele Gregoire
4. Bulgaria, Simeon Simeonov and Angel Ganev
5. Croatia, Vladimir Mamic
6. Cyprus, Elias Neocleous and Panos Labropoulos
7. Czech Republic, Tomas Richter
8. Denmark, Pernille Bigaard
9. Estonia, Kadri Kallas and Triin Tigane
10. Finalnd, Jyrki Tahtinen
11. France, Jacques Henrot, Philippe Dubois and Joanna Gumpelson
12. Germany, Lars Westpfahl and Simone Schonen
13. Greece, Yannis Manuelides
14. Hungary, Erika Papp
15. Ireland, William Day
16. Italy, Rita Gismondi and Antonio Auricchio
17. Latvia, Lauris Liepa
18. Lithuania, Zilvinas Zinkevivius and Sandra Prichozaj
19. Luxembourg, Henri Wagner and Francois Guillaume
20. Malta, Louis de Gabriele and Henri Mizzi
21. Netherlands, Robert van Galen
22. Poland, Lech Gilicinski
23. Portugal, Paula Gomes Freire, Joana Dominques and Maria Eliseu
24. Romania, Ana-Maria Placintescu
25. Slovakia, Renatus Kollar, Martina Kasemova and Matus Kudlak
26. Slovenia, Markus Bruckmueller
27. Spain, Angel Alonso and Alvaro Font
28. Sweden, Mathias Winge and Odd Swarting
29. UK, Geoff O'Dea, Ken Baird, Jamila Khokhar and Katharina Crinson
Multi-Jurisdictional Issues
30. Competition, Ioannis Kokkoris
31. Taxes, Daniel D. Durrschmidt
32. Procedural Aspects, Graham Lane
Comparative Tables

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